Flow Yoga and Meditation
August 8–12, 2012
How do we go from one posture to the next safely and with awareness? Flow or Vinyasa Yoga invites us to pay attention to the movement in-between. Free of striving, we float, reach, suspend, pause, feel the ground and find lightness while inhabiting our moving body. We discover that stillness, small movement and simply being present with our breath can unveil our quiet wisdom and prepare us for more spectacular sequences of postures. Returning to stillness, we are different from having moved. This program combines sitting and walking mediation, and a variety of creative asana sequences, to investigate the natural flow between stillness and movement.
Katharine Kaufman is priest ordained in the Soto Zen Lineage and teaches meditation, writing workshops, and Yoga in Boulder County and at Shambhala Mountain Center. She is an adjunct professor at Naropa University where she teaches Movement Arts and Contemplative Seminar. She holds MFAs in Performance/Choreography and Writing/Poetics. www.katharinekaufman.com
Financial aid is available for this program.